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158A The Hydrogen Water Gas Powered Murphy Motorcycle 01102012 HWGPMM by Thomas Murphy

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Water to gas separation is achieved inside wheel structures.

In this invention the non-tire parts of the wheels are used as both concentric and lateral layer wheel power converting structures.

The motor to the sprocket drive is powered by dual cylinders of hydrogen and oxygen combustion.

Wheel II separates hydrogen and oxygen via a centrifuge based gas separator common in gas separation plants. Wheel II is clutch concentric. Concentric Electric generator in Wheel II also helps “crack” water to gas via electricity applied closer to water tank.

Wheel I centrifuge “blows” water to vapor/gas. All fittings are on market already.
Solar panel sits above water tank located above Wheel I. Water is fed to wheel one via gravity feed.

The Hydrogen and oxygen gases are fed via lines from wheel II to motor. Motor sprocket/chain drives rear wheel. But this would not have to be, the combustion chambers could be located inside the wheel structures.

The rest of it is common two wheel technology.

Thomas Paul Murphy

Copyright 2011 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published at Redbubble.com on 01 10 2012

I have a passion for capturing images of Wisconsin’s natural beauty and a commitment to not let that beauty fade from existence. I enjoy creating all types of art. My original degree was in Accounting and Finance from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, but I have since gone on to pursue creative interests. I am also an avid writer.

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